Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Story image for wedding dress shopping from Daily Mail

That's better, Posh! Victoria Beckham back on form at fashion ...

Daily Mail-Jul. 8, 2010
The event was held at the Westfield Shopping Centre and was hosted by ... Massenet wore a £3,825 Valentino Paillette tulle dress, which is currently on sale online ... friends had celebrated her and husband David's 11th wedding anniversary.
Story image for wedding dress shopping from NBC Dallas-Fort Worth

Bride Strikes Gold at Online Shopping Site

NBC Dallas-Fort Worth-Oct. 20, 2010
"I found my wedding dress, my shoes, my reception dress, so many other odds and ends, down to the thank you notes I sent our guests, all online, and I saved a ...
Story image for wedding dress shopping from Daily Mail

Not what you expected? Alex Reid looks bored stiff during ...

Daily Mail-Feb. 6, 2010
Alex Reid looks bored stiff during shopping trip as he settles in to life as Mr Katie Price ... During the outing Katie happily showed off her 'modest' £2,200 wedding ring ... In a tiny black dress and thigh-high leather boots, Price, 31, hardly looked ...
Story image for wedding dress shopping from St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Casual wedding dresses don't cost a fortune

St. Louis Post-Dispatch-Aug. 13, 2010
The company has added to its website a "wedding shop" dedicated to its more formal dresses, including white ones that can pass for bridal gowns.

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

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